It is amazing when he holds you tight and makes you feel like he will never let you go. It is more amazing when she plants a gentle kiss and tells him that she will always be by his side.
It is cute when he talks to her in a tired voice. It is even cuter when she falls asleep in his arms in the middle of a conversation.
It is arousing when he buries his face in her shoulder. It is more arousing when she gently moves her hand in his hair.
But, when does all this happen? This intimacy is achieved in the cosy hours of the night. The couples usually reserve their nights to have romance and make their fantasies come true. They enjoy total freedom with their partner, being naughty and shy at the same time.
Almost everyone imagines what they want to do at night with their partner. That is a different thing they don't do the same. When they enter a well-decorated room with seductive fragrance and dim lights, their heart relives those fantasies.
Most of them plunge into the bed with their partners, as the adrenaline rush pulls them closer, without thinking. And after everything, including all the excitement, is over, there is a vague fear of running into unexpected sexually transmitted diseases. The fantasy is spoiled forever.
Why do people in India hate condoms? Do we need another film to be made on this? Or we need private messages to advocate for their use? Or we need a mass movement for this over social media?
Since class 5 we have been taught that 'prevention is better than cure'. And at such a mature age, we forget the famous quote. According to a survey, 95% Indians abstain from the use of condoms. And reasons are varied.
Around 41% people think that it causes lack of feeling. The other 12% feel that gets in the way. 22% people believe that it reduces intimacy and remaining 25% do not use it because it feels like rubber.
This raises another question. Do condoms take the amazing feeling of sex away? Subtly no. If you love each other enough and you have dreams of spending every night as if it was your first night together, it should never bother you.
While condoms can be annoying, they are very necessary. It's about priorities - fun (or the idea of) over responsibility. And obviously, both do coexist.
A good fantasy is good until you have your partner in crime with you. Make sure that you take care of your partner before anyone else especially while having fun. Your fantasies are important and so is the well being of your partner.
Make sure the amazing feeling when you hold each other tight remains the same forever. Your nights remain the fearless cosy nights spent together forever. For a long-term sustainable relationship, health and sexiness, both must exist.
But before it ends, what do you think about it?